PETKIM: Protest is over, production not affected
Upon this development, on April 13, Petkim made a statement that the transference of the 121 workers’ staffing positions to Petkim was completed on April 12 and that they were already working for Petkim with the same legal rights of the official Petkim staff and that the transference procedure only included registering the workers under the name of Petkim in the records of Turkish Social Security Institution.
This morning, officials from PETKIM also said that the protest is over as of last night (April 13) and that neither production at the facilities nor deliveries were affected by any means.
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